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Winter Storm Warning

Statement as of 5:14 AM MDT on April 27, 2017

Expires 2:00 AM EDT on April 29, 2017


... Winter Storm Warning remains in effect from 6 PM this evening
to midnight MDT Friday night...

* timing... a mix of rain and snow will change to snow by this
evening. Periods of snow will continue into Friday evening.

* Snow accumulation... 5 to 9 inches, with the highest amounts in
northern Natrona County and lesser amounts toward Casper.

* Main impact... roads will likely become slushy to snow covered
later tonight, and remain slick at times through Friday night.
The worst driving conditions should occur Friday morning, with
some improvement in Road conditions by midday Friday.

* Other impacts... heavy snow will reduce visibility below a
quarter mile at times.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Winter Storm Warning means significant amounts of snow, and or
blowing snow are expected or occurring. This could make travel
very hazardous or impossible. If you must travel keep some food,
water, and an extra flashlight in your vehicle in case of an
emergency. Check the latest Road conditions at wyoroad.Info or by
dialing 5 1 1.





Public Information Statement

Statement as of 6:00 AM MDT on April 27, 2017

Expires 8:00 PM EDT on April 30, 2017



... Preliminary snowfall totals for Wednesday and Wednesday night...

Below are estimated snowfall across the western Wyoming mountains
through about 2 am Thursday. Snotels (snow telemetry) are remote
sensing sites in High Mountain watersheds. Snowfall data from
snotels are estimated based on snow water equivalent.

Location snowfall

Lincoln County...
blind bull Summit snotel... 5 inches.
Indian Creek snotel... 5 inches.
Blind bull Summit... 5 inches.
Cottonwood Creek snotel... 4 inches.
Spring Creek Divide snotel... 4 inches.
Kelley Ranger station snotel... 3 inches.
Willow Creek snotel... 3 inches.

Park County...
Evening Star snotel... 4 inches.
Beartooth Lake snotel... 2 inches.

Sublette County...
Triple Peak snotel... 4 inches.
Gunsite pass snotel... 2 inches.
Loomis Park snotel... 2 inches.
Elkhart Park g.S. Snotel... 1 inch.
New Fork Lake snotel... 1 inch.

Teton County...
Grassy Lake snotel... 4 inches.
Grand targhee snotel... 4 inches.
Phillips bench snotel... 3 inches.
Snake River stn snotel... 2 inches.
Granite creek snotel... 1 inch.
Gros ventre Summit snotel... 1 inch.
Togwotee Pass snotel... 1 inch.
Base Camp snotel... 1 inch.

Yellowstone National Park...
canyon snotel... 6 inches.
Parker Peak snotel... 6 inches.
Thumb Divide snotel... 5 inches.
Sylvan Lake snotel... 4 inches.
Lewis Lake Divide snotel... 3 inches.
Sylvan Road snotel... 1 inch.


0600 am MST Thu Apr 27 2017


... Preliminary snowfall totals for Wednesday and Wednesday night...

Below are estimated snowfall across the western Wyoming mountains
through about 2 am Thursday. Snotels (snow telemetry) are remote
sensing sites in High Mountain watersheds. Snowfall data from
snotels are estimated based on snow water equivalent.

Location snowfall

Lincoln County...
blind bull Summit snotel... 5 inches.
Indian Creek snotel... 5 inches.
Blind bull Summit... 5 inches.
Cottonwood Creek snotel... 4 inches.
Spring Creek Divide snotel... 4 inches.
Kelley Ranger station snotel... 3 inches.
Willow Creek snotel... 3 inches.

Park County...
Evening Star snotel... 4 inches.
Beartooth Lake snotel... 2 inches.

Sublette County...
Triple Peak snotel... 4 inches.
Gunsite pass snotel... 2 inches.
Loomis Park snotel... 2 inches.
Elkhart Park g.S. Snotel... 1 inch.
New Fork Lake snotel... 1 inch.

Teton County...
Grassy Lake snotel... 4 inches.
Grand targhee snotel... 4 inches.
Phillips bench snotel... 3 inches.
Snake River stn snotel... 2 inches.
Granite creek snotel... 1 inch.
Gros ventre Summit snotel... 1 inch.
Togwotee Pass snotel... 1 inch.
Base Camp snotel... 1 inch.

Yellowstone National Park...
canyon snotel... 6 inches.
Parker Peak snotel... 6 inches.
Thumb Divide snotel... 5 inches.
Sylvan Lake snotel... 4 inches.
Lewis Lake Divide snotel... 3 inches.
Sylvan Road snotel... 1 inch.



500 PM MST Wed Apr 26 2017

... Final storm total snowfall and precipitation amounts for April 24-
25...

Below are the final rain and snowfall amounts across western and
central Wyoming for this past Spring storm. Reports are from Monday
evening through yesterday April 25th. The Bighorn Mountains were
the big winners for snow seeing up to 18 inches of new snowfall.

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. Not all data listed are considered
official. Snotels (snow telemetry) are remote sensing sites in High
Mountain watersheds. Snowfall data from snotels are estimated based
on snow water equivalent.

***** Snowfall reports *****

Location snowfall

Big Horn County...
Bald Mountain snotel... 9 inches.
Bone Springs Divide snotel... 9 inches.
Shell Creek snotel... 5 inches.

Fremont County...
Brooks Lake... 6 inches.
9.5 SW Lander... 2-4 inches.
Burroughs creek snotel... 3 inches.
Gas Hills... 3 inches.
6 SW Lander... 2.2 inches.
Townsend creek snotel... 2 inches.
St. Lawrence alt snotel... 2 inches.
26 SSE Riverton... 2 inches.
Jeffrey City... 2 inches.
Deer Park snotel... 1 inch.
Hobbs Park snotel... 1 inch.
DuBois... 1 inch.
Atlantic City... 1 inch.
Castle Creek snotel... 1 inch.

Hot Springs County...
Owl Creek snotel... 2 inches.

Johnson County...
Hansen Sawmill snotel... 18 inches.
Bear Trap Meadow snotel... 15 inches.
Cloud Peak Reservoir snotel... 14 inches.
Soldier Park snotel... 13 inches.
Little goose snotel... 12 inches.
4 SSW Buffalo... 11 inches.
7 NE Buffalo... 7 inches.
Buffalo... 6.8 inches.
17 NNW Kaycee... 5 inches.
16 se Buffalo... 3.5 inches.
17 E Kaycee... 3 inches.
13 SSE Buffalo... 3 inches.

Lincoln County...
blind bull Summit... 10 inches.
Willow Creek snotel... 10 inches.
Commissary Ridge... 9 inches.
Cottonwood Creek snotel... 8 inches.
Indian Creek snotel... 8 inches.
Kelley Ranger station snotel... 7 inches.
Spring Creek Divide snotel... 6 inches.
Blind bull Summit snotel... 6 inches.
5 SSE Smoot... 2 inches.
Salt River Summit snotel... 2 inches.
Box y ranch... 2 inches.
Star Valley ranch... 1.5 inches.
2 se Thayne... 0.3 inches.

Natrona County...
grave Spring snotel... 14 inches.
Casper Mountain snotel... 12 inches.
Reno Hill snotel... 7 inches.
5 SSW Casper... 4.5 inches.
1 S Casper... 3.8 inches.
2 S Casper... 3.7 inches.
10 WSW Casper... 2 inches.
3 WSW Casper... 1.4 inches.
Casper Airport... 1.1 inches.
Casper... 0.5 inches.

Park County...
Marquette snotel... 10 inches.
Evening Star snotel... 4 inches.
Timber Creek snotel... 2 inches.
Younts Peak snotel... 2 inches.
Blackwater snotel... 2 inches.
Meeteetse... 1 inch.
Kirwin snotel... 1 inch.
Pahaska... 0.5 inches.

Sublette County...
Loomis Park snotel... 7 inches.
Triple Peak snotel... 6 inches.
Big Sandy Opening snotel... 5 inches.
Gunsite pass snotel... 5 inches.
Larsen creek snotel... 5 inches.
East Rim Divide snotel... 4 inches.
Snider Basin snotel... 3 inches.
Elkhart Park g.S. Snotel... 3 inches.
14 NW Pinedale... 2.3 inches.
Daniel Fish Hatchery... 2.1 inches.
Kendall Ranger station snotel... 1 inch.

Teton County...
grand targhee snotel... 17 inches.
Jackson Hole - Raymer... 14 inches.
Jackson Hole - Mid Mountain... 12 inches.
Jackson Hole - rendezvous bowl... 11 inches.
Phillips bench snotel... 10 inches.
Grassy Lake snotel... 7 inches.
Togwotee Mountain Lodge... 7 inches.
3 SSW Wilson... 4 inches.
Jackson Hole - base... 3.1 inches.
2 NE Teton Village... 1.7 inches.
Snake River stn snotel... 1 inch.
Togwotee Pass snotel... 1 inch.
Gros ventre Summit snotel... 1 inch.
Granite creek snotel... 1 inch.
Base Camp snotel... 1 inch.
12 NE Jackson... 0.5 inches.
Moose... 0.5 inches.
Jackson... 0.1 inches.

Washakie County...
middle powder snotel... 16 inches.
Powder River Pass snotel... 7 inches.
16 SSE Ten Sleep... 3 inches.
Ten Sleep... 0.2 inches.

Yellowstone National Park...
canyon snotel... 6 inches.
Lewis Lake Divide snotel... 5 inches.
Parker Peak snotel... 3 inches.
Sylvan Lake snotel... 3 inches.
Tower falls Ranger station... 0.9 inches.


***** Rainfall reports *****

Location rainfall

Big Horn County...
2 se Burlington... 0.26 inch.
1 NW Burlington... 0.20 inch.
Lovell... 0.13 inch.
7 W basin... 0.08 inch.
2 SSW Lovell... 0.06 inch.
Greybull... 0.04 inch.

Fremont County...
9 SSE Lander... 0.38 inch.
9 SSE Lander... 0.33 inch.
2 W Riverton... 0.29 inch.
6 SW Lander... 0.28 inch.
7 WNW Lander... 0.11 inch.
1 N Lander... 0.07 inch.
Lander... 0.06 inch.
7 se Lander... 0.03 inch.

Hot Springs County...
Thermopolis... 0.96 inch.
3 NE Thermopolis... 0.45 inch.

Johnson County...
4 SSW Buffalo... 2.74 inches.
7 NE Buffalo... 2.14 inches.
17 NNW Kaycee... 1.21 inches.
17 E Kaycee... 0.72 inch.
16 se Buffalo... 0.50 inch.

Lincoln County...
2 se Thayne... 0.64 inch.
5 SSE Smoot... 0.54 inch.
Star Valley ranch... 0.50 inch.
3 N Etna... 0.47 inch.
Afton... 0.44 inch.
Star Valley ranch... 0.13 inch.

Natrona County...
5 SSW Casper... 1.64 inches.
1 S Casper... 0.81 inch.
Casper... 0.68 inch.
2 E Casper... 0.62 inch.
10 WSW Casper... 0.57 inch.
3 WSW Casper... 0.45 inch.
1 SW Casper... 0.37 inch.
18 SW Casper... 0.12 inch.
12 NE Lysite... 0.02 inch.

Park County...
5 ESE Cody... 0.51 inch.
4 se Cody... 0.49 inch.
4 SW Powell... 0.45 inch.
Powell... 0.42 inch.
Meeteetse... 0.40 inch.
Cody... 0.15 to 0.28 inch.
4 ENE Powell... 0.24 inch.
7 SW Cody... 0.21 inch.
2 WSW Cody... 0.16 inch.
26 SW Cody... 0.06 inch.

Sublette County...
14 NW Pinedale... 0.33 inch.

Sweetwater County...
Green River... 0.20 to 0.47 inch.
4 NNW Rock Springs... 0.40 inch.
7 se Rock Springs... 0.27 inch.
Rock Springs... 0.16 to 0.23 inch.

Teton County...
2 NE Teton Village... 0.35 inch.
3 SSW Wilson... 0.32 inch.
12 NE Jackson... 0.24 inch.

Washakie County...
5 NNW Ten Sleep... 1.95 inches.
Ten Sleep... 1.45 inches.
Worland... 0.40 inch.
2 NE Worland... 0.38 inch.
Winchester... 0.22 inch.
8 SW Worland... 0.22 inch.
12 NE Jackson... 0.24 inch.


500 PM MST Wed Apr 26 2017

... Final storm total snowfall and precipitation amounts for April 24-
25...

Below are the final rain and snowfall amounts across western and
central Wyoming for this past Spring storm. Reports are from Monday
evening through yesterday April 25th. The Bighorn Mountains were
the big winners for snow seeing up to 18 inches of new snowfall.

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. Not all data listed are considered
official. Snotels (snow telemetry) are remote sensing sites in High
Mountain watersheds. Snowfall data from snotels are estimated based
on snow water equivalent.

***** Snowfall reports *****

Location snowfall

Big Horn County...
Bald Mountain snotel... 9 inches.
Bone Springs Divide snotel... 9 inches.
Shell Creek snotel... 5 inches.

Fremont County...
Brooks Lake... 6 inches.
9.5 SW Lander... 2-4 inches.
Burroughs creek snotel... 3 inches.
Gas Hills... 3 inches.
6 SW Lander... 2.2 inches.
Townsend creek snotel... 2 inches.
St. Lawrence alt snotel... 2 inches.
26 SSE Riverton... 2 inches.
Jeffrey City... 2 inches.
Deer Park snotel... 1 inch.
Hobbs Park snotel... 1 inch.
DuBois... 1 inch.
Atlantic City... 1 inch.
Castle Creek snotel... 1 inch.

Hot Springs County...
Owl Creek snotel... 2 inches.

Johnson County...
Hansen Sawmill snotel... 18 inches.
Bear Trap Meadow snotel... 15 inches.
Cloud Peak Reservoir snotel... 14 inches.
Soldier Park snotel... 13 inches.
Little goose snotel... 12 inches.
4 SSW Buffalo... 11 inches.
7 NE Buffalo... 7 inches.
Buffalo... 6.8 inches.
17 NNW Kaycee... 5 inches.
16 se Buffalo... 3.5 inches.
17 E Kaycee... 3 inches.
13 SSE Buffalo... 3 inches.

Lincoln County...
blind bull Summit... 10 inches.
Willow Creek snotel... 10 inches.
Commissary Ridge... 9 inches.
Cottonwood Creek snotel... 8 inches.
Indian Creek snotel... 8 inches.
Kelley Ranger station snotel... 7 inches.
Spring Creek Divide snotel... 6 inches.
Blind bull Summit snotel... 6 inches.
5 SSE Smoot... 2 inches.
Salt River Summit snotel... 2 inches.
Box y ranch... 2 inches.
Star Valley ranch... 1.5 inches.
2 se Thayne... 0.3 inches.

Natrona County...
grave Spring snotel... 14 inches.
Casper Mountain snotel... 12 inches.
Reno Hill snotel... 7 inches.
5 SSW Casper... 4.5 inches.
1 S Casper... 3.8 inches.
2 S Casper... 3.7 inches.
10 WSW Casper... 2 inches.
3 WSW Casper... 1.4 inches.
Casper Airport... 1.1 inches.
Casper... 0.5 inches.

Park County...
Marquette snotel... 10 inches.
Evening Star snotel... 4 inches.
Timber Creek snotel... 2 inches.
Younts Peak snotel... 2 inches.
Blackwater snotel... 2 inches.
Meeteetse... 1 inch.
Kirwin snotel... 1 inch.
Pahaska... 0.5 inches.

Sublette County...
Loomis Park snotel... 7 inches.
Triple Peak snotel... 6 inches.
Big Sandy Opening snotel... 5 inches.
Gunsite pass snotel... 5 inches.
Larsen creek snotel... 5 inches.
East Rim Divide snotel... 4 inches.
Snider Basin snotel... 3 inches.
Elkhart Park g.S. Snotel... 3 inches.
14 NW Pinedale... 2.3 inches.
Daniel Fish Hatchery... 2.1 inches.
Kendall Ranger station snotel... 1 inch.

Teton County...
grand targhee snotel... 17 inches.
Jackson Hole - Raymer... 14 inches.
Jackson Hole - Mid Mountain... 12 inches.
Jackson Hole - rendezvous bowl... 11 inches.
Phillips bench snotel... 10 inches.
Grassy Lake snotel... 7 inches.
Togwotee Mountain Lodge... 7 inches.
3 SSW Wilson... 4 inches.
Jackson Hole - base... 3.1 inches.
2 NE Teton Village... 1.7 inches.
Snake River stn snotel... 1 inch.
Togwotee Pass snotel... 1 inch.
Gros ventre Summit snotel... 1 inch.
Granite creek snotel... 1 inch.
Base Camp snotel... 1 inch.
12 NE Jackson... 0.5 inches.
Moose... 0.5 inches.
Jackson... 0.1 inches.

Washakie County...
middle powder snotel... 16 inches.
Powder River Pass snotel... 7 inches.
16 SSE Ten Sleep... 3 inches.
Ten Sleep... 0.2 inches.

Yellowstone National Park...
canyon snotel... 6 inches.
Lewis Lake Divide snotel... 5 inches.
Parker Peak snotel... 3 inches.
Sylvan Lake snotel... 3 inches.
Tower falls Ranger station... 0.9 inches.


***** Rainfall reports *****

Location rainfall

Big Horn County...
2 se Burlington... 0.26 inch.
1 NW Burlington... 0.20 inch.
Lovell... 0.13 inch.
7 W basin... 0.08 inch.
2 SSW Lovell... 0.06 inch.
Greybull... 0.04 inch.

Fremont County...
9 SSE Lander... 0.38 inch.
9 SSE Lander... 0.33 inch.
2 W Riverton... 0.29 inch.
6 SW Lander... 0.28 inch.
7 WNW Lander... 0.11 inch.
1 N Lander... 0.07 inch.
Lander... 0.06 inch.
7 se Lander... 0.03 inch.

Hot Springs County...
Thermopolis... 0.96 inch.
3 NE Thermopolis... 0.45 inch.

Johnson County...
4 SSW Buffalo... 2.74 inches.
7 NE Buffalo... 2.14 inches.
17 NNW Kaycee... 1.21 inches.
17 E Kaycee... 0.72 inch.
16 se Buffalo... 0.50 inch.

Lincoln County...
2 se Thayne... 0.64 inch.
5 SSE Smoot... 0.54 inch.
Star Valley ranch... 0.50 inch.
3 N Etna... 0.47 inch.
Afton... 0.44 inch.
Star Valley ranch... 0.13 inch.

Natrona County...
5 SSW Casper... 1.64 inches.
1 S Casper... 0.81 inch.
Casper... 0.68 inch.
2 E Casper... 0.62 inch.
10 WSW Casper... 0.57 inch.
3 WSW Casper... 0.45 inch.
1 SW Casper... 0.37 inch.
18 SW Casper... 0.12 inch.
12 NE Lysite... 0.02 inch.

Park County...
5 ESE Cody... 0.51 inch.
4 se Cody... 0.49 inch.
4 SW Powell... 0.45 inch.
Powell... 0.42 inch.
Meeteetse... 0.40 inch.
Cody... 0.15 to 0.28 inch.
4 ENE Powell... 0.24 inch.
7 SW Cody... 0.21 inch.
2 WSW Cody... 0.16 inch.
26 SW Cody... 0.06 inch.

Sublette County...
14 NW Pinedale... 0.33 inch.

Sweetwater County...
Green River... 0.20 to 0.47 inch.
4 NNW Rock Springs... 0.40 inch.
7 se Rock Springs... 0.27 inch.
Rock Springs... 0.16 to 0.23 inch.

Teton County...
2 NE Teton Village... 0.35 inch.
3 SSW Wilson... 0.32 inch.
12 NE Jackson... 0.24 inch.

Washakie County...
5 NNW Ten Sleep... 1.95 inches.
Ten Sleep... 1.45 inches.
Worland... 0.40 inch.
2 NE Worland... 0.38 inch.
Winchester... 0.22 inch.
8 SW Worland... 0.22 inch.
12 NE Jackson... 0.24 inch.



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